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Amsterdam bracelet tutorial

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Description

MATERIAL LIST

  • Swarovski Elements rivoli,
  • Honeycombs,
  • Half Tila,
  • round beads,
  • fire polished beads,
  • Miyuki seed beads,
  • thin beading needle,
  • 0.12 mm (6LB) Fireline,
  • bead mat,
  • thread burner or scissors.

 

SIZE

Size of a bracelet (7 motifs), without clasp: 2.2 x 16 cm / 0.86 x 6.3 inch.

 

LICENCE
Buying this tutorial enables you to finish the jewel for personal use and also to sell the finished product.

 

KEEP IN MIND!

The diagrams and written instructions are clear and easy to follow, but remember, that you are always only a mail away from me if you need more help or have problem with finding the right material.

 

THE STORY

27th of April we celebrated King’s day here in The Netherlands (His Royal Highness Willem-Alexander’s birthday). Before lunch I joined the merry masses to sit on the giant Ferrris wheel on the Dam square and to hunt down a silken blouse for only 1 EUR grin emoticon (The king’s gift to his people is a day of free trade without taxes and licences, so Amsterdam was transformed into a giant flea market.) After lunch I returned to my beads and decided to make something fun and something at least a bit orange 🙂

1 review for Amsterdam bracelet tutorial

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Vicci Lane (verified owner)

    What a great way to use Honeycomb beads! The instructions for this bracelet are very detailed and easy to follow. There are wonderful computer graphics as well as step by step text directions to go with them. There is also a large, colorful picture of the finished piece. I would highly recommend this friendly designer and this lovely project.

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